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Wayne K Auge II, Roy E Morgan: Devices for electrosurgery. MAP Technologies, Janeen Vilven, Vidal A Oaxaca, Stephen A Slusher, November 4, 2008: US07445619 (27 worldwide citation)

Devices for electrosurgery by means of oxy-hydro combustion and methods for use of such devices in electrosurgical procedures. Provided are devices for combustion of oxygen and hydrogen, or other hydrocarbon fuels, wherein oxygen and hydrogen may be generated by electrolysis or oxygen and hydrogen, ...


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Roy E Morgan, Wayne K Auge II: Biologically enhanced irrigants. MAP Technologies, Vidal A Oaxaca, Stephen A Slusher, Peacock Myers P C, June 27, 2006: US07066932 (27 worldwide citation)

Compositions, systems and methods utilizing engineered surgical irrigants providing delivery of components with therapeutic or other secondary benefits. Engineered irrigants provide targeted delivery of desired agents, including agents for propulsion of nano-devices, agents including molecular probe ...


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Roy E Morgan, Wayne K Auge II, N Mani Prakash: Devices for electrosurgery. MAP Technologies, Vidal A Oaxaca, Stephen A Slusher, Peacock Myers P C, April 8, 2008: US07354438 (13 worldwide citation)

Devices for electrosurgery by means of oxy-hydro combustion. Deleterious effects to tissue are minimized by means of control of acid-base shift reactions, which reactions can further be employed to control oxy-hydro combustion reactions. In one embodiment, radiofrequency energy in electrical connect ...


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Auge Wayne K Ii, Morgan Roy E: Methods and devices for electrosurgical electrolysis. Map Technologies, Auge Wayne K Ii, Morgan Roy E, SLUSHER Stephen A, December 18, 2003: WO/2003/103522 (3 worldwide citation)

Methods, devices and substances for electrosurgical electrolysis, including devices that operate in an electrolyzable medium, including an aqueous electrolyzable medium (200), by means of electrolysis, and optionally by means of oxy-hydrogen combustion, together with electrolyzable media for use in ...


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Morgan Roy E, Auge Wayne K Ii: Methods and devices for electrosurgery. Map Technologies, Morgan Roy E, Auge Wayne K Ii, SLUSHER Stephen A, December 18, 2003: WO/2003/103521 (1 worldwide citation)

Devices and methods for electrolytic electrosurgery wherein a detector (270) is located proximal to an active electrode on an electrosurgical probe (260), optionally disposed between the active electrode and a return electrode, the detector detecting at least one parameter relating to electrolysis. ...


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Wayne K Auge, Roy E Morgan: Methods for electrosurgical electrolysis. MAP Technologies, Peacock Myers And Adams P C, August 18, 2005: US20050182449-A1

Methods for electrosurgical electrolysis for treating tissue within a body, including methods that operate in an electrolyzable medium, including an aqueous electrolyzable medium, by means of electrolysis, and optionally by means of oxy-hydrogen combustion for use in treatment, including therapeutic ...


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Wayne K Auge, Roy E Morgan: Devices for electrosurgery. MAP Technologies, Peacock Myers PC, August 25, 2005: US20050187542-A1

Devices for electrosurgery by means of oxy-hydro combustion and methods for use of such devices in electrosurgical procedures. Provided are devices for combustion of oxygen and hydrogen, or other hydrocarbon fuels, wherein oxygen and hydrogen may be generated by electrolysis or oxygen and hydrogen, ...


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Roy E Morgan, Wayne K Auge, N Mani Prakash: Electrosurgery devices. MAP Technologies, Peacock Myers PC, December 20, 2007: US20070293852-A1

Devices for electrosurgery by means of oxy-hydro combustion. Deleterious effects to tissue are minimized by means of control of acid-base shift reactions, which reactions can further be employed to control oxy-hydro combustion reactions. In one embodiment, radiofrequency energy in electrical connect ...


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Wayne K Auge II, Roy E Morgan: Devices for Electrosurgery. MAP Technologies, Peacock Myers PC, January 29, 2009: US20090030410-A1

Devices for electrosurgery by means of oxy-hydro combustion and methods for use of such devices in electrosurgical procedures. Provided are devices for combustion of oxygen and hydrogen, or other hydrocarbon fuels, wherein oxygen and hydrogen may be generated by electrolysis or oxygen and hydrogen, ...


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Roy E Morgan, Wayne K Auge, N Mani Prakash: Devices for electrosurgery. MAP Technologies, Peacock Myers PC, October 13, 2005: US20050228369-A1

Devices for electrosurgery by means of oxy-hydro combustion. Deleterious effects to tissue are minimized by means of control of acid-base shift reactions, which reactions can further be employed to control oxy-hydro combustion reactions. In one embodiment, radiofrequency energy in electrical connect ...